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Drones, also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (or UAVs), have recently entered the mainstream market in Canada and are now widely used both commercially and recreationally. For use in real estate, the activity is considered strictly a commercial use. Commercial drone use is heavily regulated and compliance is required in order to fly.

 

Operating a drone means that certain rules and guidelines must be followed to ensure the safety of the drone's team, of the public, and of manned aircraft in the area.

  • All drone flights must take place in daylight and in good weather,
  • Aircraft must remain in visual line-of-site of the drone pilot at all times,
  • Drone operations must be conducted outside of airport airspace, away from populated areas, buildings, public areas, and busy roads, and cannot go higher than 90 metres, vertically,
  • The privacy of others must be respected.

While most of these rules are primarily safety oriented, they may also affect when and how one is able to capture aerial imagery,...

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